TCU The Harrison Administration Building
Texas Christian University's The Harrison Administration Building is a highly anticipated project located in Fort Worth, Texas. Scheduled for completion in the near future, this building is being developed for Texas Christian University. The project aims to achieve LEED certification, showcasing its commitment to sustainability and environmentally-friendly practices. The office location for this project is in Fort Worth, TX. As a higher education institution, TCU recognizes the importance of providing state-of-the-art facilities to its students and staff. The delivery method chosen for this project is CMAR (Construction Manager at Risk), ensuring efficient and effective project management throughout the construction process. GHC was entrusted with the successful execution of this exciting project.
Project Size: 91,000 Square Feet
Location: 3051 Wabash Ave., Fort Worth, TX
Completed: July 13th 2020
Vision And Design
The Harrison Administration Building was tailored to meet the evolving needs of a dynamic academic environment. Central to this vision is pursuing LEED certification, a testament to TCU's dedication to sustainability and environmental stewardship. This certification reflects the University's alignment with global eco-friendly practices and sets a new standard in responsible, sustainable design within the realm of higher education.
The development of the Harrison Administration Building is managed through the CMAR (Construction Manager at Risk) delivery method. The CMAR approach allows for a more integrated and cohesive workflow. This method also facilitates a more adaptive and responsive construction process, allowing for real-time solutions to emerging challenges, thus safeguarding the project timeline and budget.
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